Catoctin Mountain Range ... Catoctin Mountain Park (NPS) ... Wolf Rock
Wolf Rock is a rock scrambler's paradise, and frankly is impossible to capture in a single photo. It is a huge outcropping that stretches for maybe a quarter of a mile. Rescue training was conducted at Wolf Rock in 2014. This article noted that about four rescues are required in Catoctin Mountain Park every five years, so I recommend that you watch your step when you play on the rocks here.
I believe this is the feature for which Wolf Rock gets its name. It is located at the west end of the outcropping.
Wolf Rock is a great place for lunch, and afterwards you can spread out and enjoy a nap like a snake sunning itself on a rock. Incidentally, rattle snakes and copperheads are known to hang out here too, so just be vigilant when you visit.
A Black Vulture looking for lunch at Wolf Rock. If you're bitten by one of those snakes, he might have a special interest in you.